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Jolie Higazi
Jolie is the Content Specialist for Ophthalmology Times. She can be reached at [email protected]
10 things you may have missed at ARVO
10 things you may have missed at ARVO
From blueberries for dry eye, to advances in "robotic" vision, here are some highlights from ARVO 2016.
Vitreoretinal surgeon finds purpose in community service
For Joshua Mali, MD, the road to becoming an ophthalmologist started when he was just a teenager. When Dr. Mali was about 14 years old, his family took a trip to Nicaragua with Health for Humanity, and that was the beginning of what would be a decades-long service-oriented passion for Dr. Mali.
DJ ophthalmologists in surgery by day, mixing music by night
DJ ophthalmologists in surgery by day, mixing music by night
Terry Kim, MD, and Anthony Aldave, MD, refuse to let their busy worklives get in the way of pursuing their hobbies. For 7 years, they’ve found a way to merge their professional and personal lives by DJing at ophthalmology meetings.
'Playing hide and Zika' spurs debate among readers
'Playing hide and Zika' spurs debate among readers
Here are some letters from readers in response to whether the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil should be delayed due to the Zika virus outbreak.
How to help your patients avoid eye injuries at work
How to help your patients avoid eye injuries at work
In celebration of Workplace Eye Wellness Month, find out what you need to know about eye safety for your patients who work in office jobs and heavy industry alike.
In the know: Toyota helps visually impaired go places
In the know: Toyota helps visually impaired go places
A roundup of ophthalmic news from early March 2016.
10 ophthalmic news stories you might have missed this week
10 ophthalmic news stories you might have missed this week
A roundup of the week's news stories affecting the ophthalmic community (3/4/16).
Celebrating Black History Month in the ophthalmic community
Celebrating Black History Month in the ophthalmic community
While there is still a long way to go for better representation in ophthalmology and medicine in general, let’s take a look at some of the pioneers and achievements of the African American ophthalmic community up until now.
Kenneth Greenberg, MD, catalyst in development of excimer laser, dies
Kenneth Greenberg, MD, catalyst in development of excimer laser, dies
The loss of pioneering refractive-corneal surgeon Kenneth A. Greenberg, MD, left an indelible mark on many in the ophthalmic community. Dr. Greenberg passed away Jan. 31, 2016.
Top 15 ophthalmology stories of 2015
Top 15 ophthalmology stories of 2015
Check out the most popular stories of the year!

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